Fall enrollment increases at Colorado Mountain College

29th September, 2015 by

By Edward Stoner

EAGLE COUNTY — Kimberly Vega’s first good experience with Colorado Mountain College was through the faculty who taught her concurrent enrollment classes when she was a student at Roaring Fork High School in Carbondale.“The teachers had a big impact on me,” said Vega, who is now a second-year student focused on earning a Bachelor of Science in business administration at CMC.The beauty of the campus at Spring Valley continually surprises her — “it changes dramatically every season” — but the biggest surprise was the diversity she found on campus.“Everybody expects that students at CMC are just local, but there are …

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